Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilal Bhutto Zardari said that it is possible to take action against terrorist groups in Afghanistan, while Islamabad has no intention of carrying out operations in Afghanistan.
In the past two months, with the increase in terrorist attacks in various areas of Pakistan, Islamabad authorities have accused the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan of giving shelter to the people of the terrorist group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. A claim that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan denies.
Tasnim news agency reported that Bilal Bhutto Zardari has clarified on the sidelines of the Dows meeting in Switzerland that Pakistan will take direct action against terrorist groups in Afghanistan in the form of preventing cross-border terrorism. This does not mean that Pakistan will conduct border operations in Afghanistan.
Bilal Zardari has emphasized the necessity of cooperation and cooperation with the Islamic Emirate government to fight terrorism. We prefer the election of support from the Islamic Emirate in order to eliminate terrorism in the territory of Afghanistan. He said two months ago. Pakistan reserves the right to take direct action against cross-border terrorism.
The Foreign Minister of Pakistan said that the position of Pakistan's political and military leaders regarding the fight against terrorist groups is clear. He says, there is no possibility of whistleblowers. I am sure that if we could work with the interim government of Afghanistan, which has influence over these groups, then they would be successful in protecting their security.